Easy “Eating Tip” To Lose Weight

Posted by on May 4, 2011 | 6 comments

Easy “Eating Tip” To Lose Weight

It can be really hard to stick to your healthy weight loss routine and healthy eating habits.

Especially when unhealthy food is always a quick and easy drive thru down the road.

So here’s an easy tip that you can take with you wherever you go -

Carry nuts and fruit with you in your bag and car, and stock them around your house.

That way, you can be SURE that you will have some healthy, natural food to eat every 2-3 hours (that’s what speeds up your metabolism and tells your body to stop storing fat).

When You’ve Stocked Up On Nuts Like:

Almonds

Walnuts

Pecans

(make sure there are NO chemicals, salt, or flavorings – these can cause massive cravings, bloating, and fat storage!)

And You’ve Got Fresh Fruit That Is In Season:

Apples

Oranges

Bananas

Berries

(citrus fruits are best in the winter, and berries are best in the summer time)

This is the healthiest, easiest way to make sure you have a healthy “mini-meal” to eat every 2-3 hours to keep your energy levels and mood sky high…
This Healthy Eating Habit Will Stop Your Body From Storing Fat And Tell Your Body To Release The Extra Fat That It’s Been Holding Onto.

Trust me, most grocery stores will have these staples… no matter where you are you can find nuts and fruit from a grocery store or local organic farmers market.

Every day that you choose to eat healthy, natural foods like these, you are losing weight and opening up to receive the health vibration. You are aligning yourself with the true nature of the universe…

Love. Light. Health.

You deserve it ALL.

And it’s here waiting for you to receive it and let it in. ALL of it. No matter where you are on the planet.

Here’s to healthy eating and to losing weight the healthy, 100% natural way.

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6 Comments

  1. I don’t even know what to say, this made tinhgs so much easier!

    • Thank you! I love getting positive feedback like that – losing weight doesn’t have to be a struggle and you don’t have to starve yourself, but you do need to eat often and eat right. With a fast food joint around every corner, it has become easier and easier to get off track. Stay on track, pack your snacks, eat regularly and you will not only lose weight but you will keep it off :)

  2. Hi! I absolutely love this website and your youtube videos. I have been eating healthier foods and exercising for a little over one year now and have went from 138 pounds to 118 pounds. I have gained a lot of muscle and dropped from a size 6ish to a size 2 (I am really short, so still at a healthy weight and BMI). I am not as interested in “losing weight” as I am interested in just being healthy and feeling good. I appreciate your approach to health very much!

    anyway, I am getting a bit bored with my natural foods (eggs and veggies cooked in olive oil, whole fruits, yogurt parfaits with almonds and berries)…I am so hesitant to try actual recipes, though because I don’t want to start feeling awful again. Do you have any suggestions on how to prepare clean meals that are interesting? Also, what are your opinions on cheese? I have been trying to keep my cheese consumption in check by eating mostly feta. Cheddar is a treat, but sometimes I still struggle with cheese cravings. I’m not sure what vitamins my body is asking for.

    Peace, Love, and Light,

    Amber

    • Hi Amber,

      First off, congratulations on your weight loss! What a great and inspiring story. Isn’t it amazing how much more energy you have and how much better you feel when you live a healthy lifestyle?

      As for food, yes eating the same thing can get very boring. I love cooking, don’t be afraid to cook just make sure to cook with natural and healthy ingredients. I am about to send a video on how to make a Mediterranean Salad, it’s delicious and only takes about 5 minutes to make. I don’t eat cheese because I am allergic to it. Usually when your body craves cheese what it’s really asking for is Calcium. Feta, while low in fat, is high in calories. Have you tried eating a low fat cottage cheese? Or low fat string cheese?

      Thank you for writing in and thank you for being the type of person that wants to live a natural and healthy life. If you have any more questions in the future, please write in and let me know, I am here to help and support you.

      Love and Light,

      Andréa

      P.S. Don’t forget to watch my Mediterranean Salad video, you will LOVE it

  3. I can’t get enough of this site & your youtube channel, I think this is going to change my life and this time it is serious ! wish me luck :)

    • Thank you Abbey,

      I’m glad you found my YouTube channel as well! I hope it does change your life and help you to reach your goals. I appreciate your feedback and look forward to hearing more from you in the future…

      Love and Light,

      Andréa

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